reward claim

reward claim

n
(Mining & Quarrying) history Austral a claim granted to a miner who discovered gold in a new area
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This is the first reward claim weve had with BLM Idaho in thirteen years, said Boise District Supervisory Law Enforcement Officer Stan Buchanan.
Performance reviews that implicitly or explicitly reward claim denials, coverage denials and loss payment reductions.
From a reputational perspective, initiating a reward claim risks an affirmative judicial finding that director failed to exercise proper vigilance.
On June 17, 1893, Paddy Hannan filed a reward claim and hundreds of men swarmed to the area after the news got out.
In its view, the IRS has the authority to deny a reward claim as long as its reasons for rejecting the claim are not irrational.
The old program lacked standardized procedures and managerial oversight, which resulted in lengthy reward claims processing or erroneous dismissal of valid claims.
Unfortunately for such a plaintiff, the United States Court of Federal Claims has almost exclusive original jurisdiction to hear such cases, (61) with only two exceptions: reward claims "not exceeding $10,000 in amount," for which claims the United States District Courts have concurrent original jurisdiction (62) and reward claims that were administered by the Service's Whistleblower Office, the decisions of which may be appealed to the United States Tax Court.
According to a Wall Street Journal article from August 29, 2004, the IRS received a total of about 250,000 reward claims in the years between the late 1960s through 2003.
Reward claims that the Government's official quoted rate of inflation of just 2.
The city won this lawsuit but may lose big in the future if word gets out that reward claims get contested.
Streamlined Reward Claims Process, Increased Margins for Channel Partners Are Drivers of Success
MTCPerformance is the leader in IT incentive management solutions, processing over 1 million reward claims annually.